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Whatever happened to: Jump bars, Tirfor winches and ‘eye brows’

The development of a modern gravel rally car incorporates a number of key components that are absolutely essential if safety and success are desired. Things like 45 metres of chrome-moly tubing […]

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Ed Mulligan uses a Tifor winch to un-bog his Holden Torana on a wet event in the 1970s.
The development of a modern gravel rally car incorporates a number of key components that are absolutely essential if safety and success are desired. Things like 45 metres of chrome-moly tubing […]

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